The rotational/motive force for the urethane multi blade rotor is obtained from reactional air jets located at the blade extremities. Efficiency of fan propulsion is enhanced by the rotor design, which contains air sealing components, bearings and seals, with the complete assembly including blades rotating on a dead shaft. The design of the fan blades and rotor is such as to require zero dynamic balancing to achieve the required level of balance.
The outer casing for mining applications is of fabricated mild steel construction with end flanges to suit selected ducting. Industrial and other applications can, as an alternative use a reinforced fire resistant anti-static (FRAS) fibreglass casing, resulting in an ultra light, highly efficient air mover/unit. Fan speed and output can be varied infinitely, by simply adjusting the air supply to the unit.
Whyte-Hall Australia | Hazardous Workplace Equipment
Whyte-Hall was originally established in 1946 and is today, a well known supplier of specialised equipment for hazardous work environments in the construction, mining and industrial areas.